Pop Punk Band Finding September Unveil Darker Edge in New Music Video

The high-energy San Antonio pop punk/alternative band Finding Septembermight be on the brink of finding themselves a new winning formula with the release of their latest single “Hostage.” Led by frontwoman Emily Bayardo’s brawny and rebellious vocals, the track dives into a darker, more dramatic sound than their previous releases. The song and video made its official debut via Substream Magazine.

‘Hostage’ took a completely different turn as we were not only writing it, but also recording the music video for it,” says Bayardo. “It’s a darker track about karma catching up to a person and overall paying the price for shitty actions. Lyrically, I drew a lot of inspiration from the movie Coraline and wanted to tap into that darker more “theatrical” writing style.

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The emotionally raw track comes screaming out of the gate with a razor-sharp guitar riff that is soon accompanied by thunderous drums and a chugging bass. Amidst the chaos, the song is adorned with an impressive vocal performance and operatic synth line.

Finding September began creating their pop-thrashing sound in 2018 with the release of their high-octane debut EP History. The record featured a myriad of influences and sounds ranging from pop, punk, R&B, metal and beyond, laying the groundwork for what’s to come next.

Listen to “Hostage” now on Spotify.

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…the band has a commercial appeal a la Paramore that no label should overlook.
Music Connection

Their brand of pop punk brings different flavors to the mix and allows them to create some separation from other bands in the genre by establishing a distinct foundation.
ÜberRock

…Finding September could soon be the new little ol’ band from Texas we are all talking about.
South Texas Sound

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